Kalzip, the leading manufacturer of tailored metal building envelopes, was involved in the complex designs of two of the six arenas built at the Olympic Park – the Bolshoy Ice Dome and the Adler Skating Arena – as well as of the swan-neck construction of the Olympic flame on Medals Plaza.

The firm, which has a presence in several European countries, also delivered aluminium-profile panels for the iconic sporting event.
"The timely delivery of these complex and demanding construction projects in challenging conditions is pure testament to the commitment of our dedicated and highly experienced team," Kalzip managing director Jorg Schwall said in a statement on Friday.

All the Germany-headquartered Kalzip sheets were made using state-of-the-art mobile roll-forming technology.
The European operations of Tata Steel, whose main steelmaking sites are in UK and Netherlands, comprise Europe's second-largest steel producer. They supply steel and related services to construction, automotive, packaging, rail, lifting and excavating, energy and power, aerospace and other demanding markets worldwide.
The combined Tata Steel operations within the Tata group is one of the world's largest steel producers, with an aggregate crude steel capacity of more than 29 million tones and approximately 80,000 employees across four continents.

The sports complexes are in Olympic Park on the Imeretinskaya lowland and are surrounded by magnificent panoramas – the Caucasus Mountains on the one side and the Black Sea on the other.
"The Olympic Park is a showcase, an architectural ensemble incorporating a diverse array of facades, colours and textures, intended to create a distinctive and impressive image of the 2014 Winter Olympics,” Oleg Kharchenko, chief architect at SC Olympstroy, said of the venue.


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